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Patrick Nelson

What is your point of reference for determining that it's actually removed? Technically unset($_COOKIE['var']) should literally just be removing that particular key entry from the super global but doesn't do anything beyond that, since I don't think that tells PHP to send the Set-Cookie: ... header that then expires the cookie on the user's machine, thus, the cookie still comes back to the server via the Cookie: ... header in the next HTTP request and it should again still be present again in $_COOKIE the next round. So if it's still not present for you on subsequent checks, it's possible that each check is happening after the unset() call which is repeatedly unsetting it. @Mo

Patrick Nelson

Curious: In the silverstripe-cms package, when does master get updated? Is there something special about July 19th, 2019? https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/commits/master

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silverstripe/silverstripe-cms

SilverStripe CMS - this is a module for SilverStripe Framework rather than a standalone app. Use https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-installer/ to set this up. - silverstripe/silverstripe-cms

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robbieaverill

all packages get merged up every so often, it's usually after a release (or just before), but merging up into master in the core repos is often a little less frequent. there's usually far more merge conflicts (between architectural changes) that need to be resolved so it can take a bit more time to get right

Patrick Nelson

Ahh.... judging from https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-admin/blob/master/client/src/components/DatetimeField/DatetimeField.js there may be a react component for this now. Does this component show a picker?

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silverstripe/silverstripe-admin

SilverStripe Admin Component. Contribute to silverstripe/silverstripe-admin development by creating an account on GitHub.

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Patrick Nelson

Judging from https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/blob/4/src/Forms/DatetimeField.php it doesn't appear that any JS-based UI is being applied for when this is rendered to template except if the browser doesn't natively support it, which still leads to an inconsistent experience.

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SilverStripe Framework, the MVC framework that powers SilverStripe CMS - silverstripe/silverstripe-framework

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Patrick Nelson

Asking right now since we have a customization to the field to have the time show a pop-up when you click on the field. I'm making modifications to this but taking into account our upgrade to SS v4 which may finally happen in 2020.

If we upgrade I don't want to lose the convenience of having a picker for the date and the time.

Patrick Nelson

Luddite here stuck in SS v3 world, question for the v4 elitists (j/k): The new DatetimeField no longer breaks itself up into two separate fields. Does it provide a picker for selecting the date + time or must that be manually typed in manually with the appropriate formatting and etc? I fear this is using the datetime-local input type, meaning it may just be using the browser's own picker (in Chrome, it sucks)

Joe

ModEvasive also helped with a couple of random bad-actors that tend to pop up from time to time

Joe

we’ve recently had to dig into apache tuning (which can be a bit of a rabbit hole) and have found some really interesting things about how it all works. for example, we saw a huge gain in site performance by moving from apache’s mpm_prefork and ModPHP to using mpm_event and PHP-FPM

Joe

just to clarify - you’re saying it’s not legitimate?